Shadow Fallen (Dream-Hunter Novels Book 5) by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Shadow Fallen (Dream-Hunter Novels Book 5) by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Shadow Fallen (Dream-Hunter Novels Book 5)Shadow Fallen by Sherrilyn Kenyon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I enjoyed this book; it was not what I expected. It was, however, engaging, interesting, and a good read. It is part of a series, but it can be read alone.
This tale started back in the days of the Norman Conquest with superstition running amuck and causing havoc in human lives, along with a war that began when Harold seized the throne. This particular tale revolved around Ariel, one of the Daughters of the Arch Angel Michael, and a Norman warrior named Valteri, a half-brother to William the Conquer. Ariel was an Arel who had been cursed for doing her job. She was an immortal that took dying humans from battlefields to join the fight between good and evil, and now with the help of an angry old woman and a demon named Belial, she was cursed to live out her life as a mortal until someone she loved died in her arms. Valteri was believed to be cursed and was given to the priest to be raised as a child because he bore what was believed to be a demon’s mark; he had one brown eye and one green eye. He had many scars on his body and his heart due to the not so tender mercies of those who were raising him. When the Arel was found wandering, knowing only her name, she was brought to Ravenwood’s Hall, where Valteri was the reluctant lord. This book was both a look at the superstition of the time, the pains of war, and a romance that took you through an entire array of feelings. It was a great book as the author brought in characters from her Dark-Hunter Series that tied in with this story.

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4 thoughts on “Shadow Fallen (Dream-Hunter Novels Book 5) by Sherrilyn Kenyon

  1. Currently reading this series for the first time. I just finished Fantasy Lover and just started Night Pleasures. I hears so much about this series so I am excited to start it!

    Love the review!

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